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Dogtown: Bet your bottom dollar on Annie, Bella

Dogtown: Bet your bottom dollar on Annie, Bella

Fall in Humboldt County is such a lovely time! Sunny afternoons are a welcome change from the endless fog of August and a great time to get out for a hike in the forest or at the beach. It’s always nice to have a doggy companion for those outings and we have a couple of

At The Market: ‘Learn as I go and expand as I can’

Lou Schipper is one of the newest farmers at the Arcata Market. He’s been farming for two years but this is his first year on the Plaza. His booth, Schipper Family Farm, was filled last Saturday with lemon cukes so delicious you could eat them like an apple, squashes, cherry, Roma and heirloom tomatoes, peppers,

Come celebrate the life of Sister Saturnalia

Join your Eureka Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at noon on Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Bayside Community Hall, 2297 Jacoby Creek Rd. in Bayside to celebrate the life of our beloved Sister Saturnalia – known to many by her secular name of John Hudson. Come and share an afternoon of music, memory and deepest love

Trinidad Tidings: Neighborhood evacuated due to suspicious fire

Another fire on Scenic Drive broke out last Thursday night near Baker Ranch.  The closest home to the conflagration was saved but a wide swath of the bluff was burned. Residents nearby were ordered to evacuate but were able to return to their homes in the middle of the night. A neighbor said “the fire

Arcata’s CERT Team and National Preparedness Month

Arcata Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) ARCATA – In a major disaster, such as an earthquake or flood, no community is likely to have enough first responders to give immediate assistance to every person who might need it. This is why Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers are trained to fill in until the professional

Rossbacher: No more KHSU Community Advisory Board meetings, please, until we clear this up

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Humboldt State University President Lisa Rossbacher appears to have suspended meetings of radio station KHSU’s Community Advisory Board until the members explain themselves. In a letter dated Sept. 17 (see below), Rossbacher cites confusion over a June 27 decision by the CAB to forward a letter to

Corks, Forks and Kegs in McK Saturday

McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce MCKINLEYVILLE – The place to be on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 4 to 8 p.m. will be downtown McKinleyville for the 2018 Corks, Forks and Kegs event, a beer and wine walk with food tastings. This promises to be a great time to mix, mingle and share an evening with your family,